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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Monday, May 11, 2015.
The Left’s sudden distaste for free speech has turned into a violent and terrifying vendetta. In her book, The Silencing, Kirsten Powers has methodically documents—and exposes the hypocrisy, incoherence, and sheer contempt for evidence and argument that underlie—the delegitimization of dissent that has become the stock in trade of what she characterizes as the “illiberal left.”
6 Reasons that Pamela Geller’s Muhammad cartoon contest is no different from Selma.
Anyone who knows anything about history understands that tactically and morally, Geller’s provocative Muhammad Cartoon Contest was no different than Dr. Martin Luther King’s landmark march from Selma to Montgomery.
Cuban dictator Raul Castro says that he likes this current Pope so much that he might just start going back to church.
Cuban President Raul Castro paid a call on Pope Francis at the Vatican Sunday to thank him for working for Cuban-US detente and later said he is so impressed by the pontiff he is considering a return to the Catholic church’s fold.
Reason.com argues that libertarians should be hoping for a Bush vs. Clinton matchup in 2016… but not for the reasons you might think.
Government bureaucracy has NO Place in the modern technological world – they just can’t adapt.
Hillary’s shift on illegal immigration has liberals very worried about what might happens if she does win the nomination, and even the ensuing election.
Porn and video game addiction is leading to a crisis of masculinity says a leading Stanford psychologist.
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